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, no word on his condition. >>> convicted polygmist warren jeff owe. >> there are more deputies around here now. used to be two at any given time. now there's 6. >> residents say the anxiety is ramping up as followers of warren jeff prepare for the end. >>> greater blue backpacks and pack them with essentials and be ready to go. >> the latest published revelations to be ready for a disastrous cleansing. >> former lbs member says he's heard it all before. >> it's just warren whipping them up into another frenzy. >> and when the end doesn't come, jeffs will still be right and blame his followers. >> so it's your fault it didn't happen. >> while the doom's day predictions come and go, the blind obedience could some day lead to tragedy. >> i have a brother in law who told me sister, if the profit told me to i'd slid your throat without thinking about it. always that fear that warren would see how far he could take them. >> former members say jeffs may have chosen december 23rd because it's joseph smith's birthday. smith was the founder of the mormon church. >>> wall street's winning streak cont
numbers. on the technical side abigail doolittle, equity strategist and jeff kilberg, our founder and ceo at kkm financial. good to see you both. welcome. abigail, you've been bearish on apple for a while. does it mean you like nokia instead? tell us what you think. >> apple continues to look very bearish to me. it's trading in a confirmed double top. this pattern has been confirmed for more than a week now. it's careying a target of 353 so apple could actually tumble another 30% from here. supporting that double top, the fact that it's a very reliable pattern once confirm. a recent death cross suggests that the selling momentum has increased. plus, there are unfilled caps, gaps, down near 331 and 431, excuse me and 386. overall i think that app continues to look very strong on the downside target. nokia, on the other hand, is trading on the inverse of that entire pattern setup. trading in a confirmed double bottom this. pattern has been confirmed for almost a month now. the target is 515 so 30% potential upside from current levels. nice golden cross. plus, there's an unfilled gap at 5. s
of his generation. i'm the author of the holy or the broken, leonard cohen, jeff buckley, and the unlikely ascent of "hallelujah." it is always hard to know with the actual genesis of the credit process is for a song but what leonard cohen said was that he wanted to open this idea of it mean in giving praise to god. he wanted to open it up beyond its religious meaning and to give a more religious sense. nothing much happened for a long time. jeff buckley comes to new york city and becomes the most buzz about young artist in 1992, 93. rediscovers -- he discovers "hallelujah" and entered it into his said. he died drowning in the mississippi river and this mythologies starts to grow around him and more and more people go back to his music and "hallelujah" becomes a real time epitaph for this tragic and figure. more and more artists started to cover it. everybody from willie nelson to katie lang to michael bolton. all kinds of people began to record the song. is very easy to be cynical that music does not mean as much as it used to, not as important as the ec to be. it can me
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e very much, rog. we've en speakin wit roch. >> jeff: altman. f coming up tomorrow, we'll talk with one top c.e.o. for his views on the fiscal cliff and what higher taxes and spending cuts mean for his business. stephen roell of johnson controls joins us. >> reporter: pfizer took a big hit this year when its blockbuster cholesterol drug lipitor came off patent. still ahead, the outlook for the generic drug business in 2013. >> susie: on wall street today, another triple-digit gain in blue chip stocks on hopes that a fiscal cliff deal is in the works. investors were also reassured by another positive report from the housing sector. homebuilder cfidence hit its highest level since the spring of 2006. but the housing recovery still has a ways to go: index readings above 50 reflect a positive outlook. some encouraging news on europe's economic crisis: standard and poor's gave greece a better grade. it got upgraded to a "b-minus" from "selective default" thanks to reassurances that greece will stay in the eurozone. on wall street, the dow rose 115 points, the nasdaq gained almost 44
, one of the best performing stocks on the s&p all year long, whirlpool. ceo jeff fettig. what does the head of the world's largest appliance manufacturer have to say. back in a minute. >>> take a look at the futures. reacting to a better than expected jobs report showing the month of november adding 146,000 jobs. unemployment rate edging lower to 7.7%. implied open on s&p 500 up 4.25 points. >>> a plan to shift concentration away from making hardware to designing software and services for data management at cisco. the ceo saying he wants to double software revenue in the next five years which today is a business of $6 billion. cisco sites slowing growth in economic demand due to the economic downturn and increased competition. looks like cisco is looking to gradually change to an area that would bring it more revenues overall higher margins in theory. >> i wish them luck. there's a competitive market there. you want to move into that competitive market. good luck. it's very hard. everyone knows that they don't spend like they used to. if this is an attempt to get into big data more
>> that's jeff singing "hallelujah." alan light, the book explores the unlikely journey from obscurity to modern day hymn. it's great to have you on the sh show. >> thanks for having me. >> first of all, tell us how that happened. >> it happened over a long period of time. leonard cohen first reported "hallelujah" in 1984. his label turned down the album it was on. it came out to no notice at all. and over the course of 10, 15, 20 years, more people discovered this song. jeff buckley recorded it in 1994. after jeff buckley's death it got more notice and then people started to pick up on the magic of this song, put it in soundtracks, on tv shows. more and more people recorded it. >> it's everywhere. >> wainwright is nothing short of extraordinary. >> it was on the soundtrack to "shrek" one of the key moments in getting this out there. there are now 350-some recordings of this song and thousands more performances by bob dylan and u2 and, you know, everybody all around the world knows this song. >> but it almost didn't happen. it languished in obscurity. >> first when leonard was writing
better than i found it. now i'm next to marco rubio and pat toomey, ted cruz and jeff blake and the people i have gone out to work with the americans to elect. there are champions to do this for me. i want to cover them. i want to help them by going to the american people. asking them to support people. when they say no. but also when they say yes to the right ideas. i'm in a more powerful position than single united states senator. i wouldn't feel good about leighing if we didn't have new bright young conservatives in the senate. but it's time that the con seventives take control of the message. let americans know what we can do to make their lives better. republicans haven't done that good of a job by a party doing that. >> we had thousands of e-mails after we broke news at 10:30 this morning. sheila is unof them who said what a disappointment. he cutting and running from the senate. we don't need senator demint at the heritage foundation. they are a think tank. they don't pass laws. senator demint is leaving the senate for his own personal wealth. he is coward. he is stan
. but there are other toys, my director says, jeff and becky, they took their little ones along to the annual retailers association there to find out just what is hot this year. >>> the dream toys event is the uk's chance to showcase those products it hopes to make on to every child's wish list and with any luck, under their christmas tree. just as technology gradually consumes more of our wealth, toymakers are increasingly weaving it into a child's play experience, using touch screens, apps and built in technology. >> as technology becomes more prevalent in the home, children are instantly drawn to what parents have. the ipad is becoming a family purchase. >> but luckily, there are simpler openings out there driving the market. >> we have seen a lot of lovely toys today, haven't we, hannah? >> yeah. >> what is your favorite toy that you've seen here? >> the dollies. >> the dollies? >> parents will notice a lot of old favorites coming back with a money day twist. so is this a reflection of the bearish times we're living in or is it a wishful remembrance of christmas past? >> legos has always been a ret
to thank jeff and gibby for giving me a great tour of the factory. [applause] i've got to say i love coming to factories. >> i love you! >> i love you. so in addition to seeing the best workers in the world -- you've also got all this cool equipment. [laughter] i wanted to try out some of the equipment, but secret service wouldn't let me. [laughter] they said, you're going to drop something on your head, hurt yourself. [laughter] they were worried i'd mess something up. and jeff and gibby may not admit it, but i think they were pretty happy the secret service wouldn't let me touch the equipment. now, it's been a little over a month since the election came to an end. [applause] so it's now safe for you to turn your televisions back on. [laughter] all those scary political ads are off the air. you can answer your phone again -- nobody is calling you in the middle of dinner asking for your support. but, look, i have to admit there's one part of the campaign that i miss, and that is it is a great excuse for me to get out of washington and come to towns like this and talk to the people who work
it a whole lot worse, say nothing of sigourney weaver and jeff daniels in "newsroom" and "downton abbey." >> our a favorite. thanks so much. >> a plug for "homeland" very quickly. great show. >> "homeland." >>> that does it for this edition of "andrea mitchell report." >>> tomorrow, joe lieberman and jeffrey goldberg joining us. >>> tamron hall has what is next on news nation. >> in our next hour, signs that efforts to avert are the fiscal cliff may be headed in the wrong direction. we will play out the day. >>> and with no talks currently planned between the president and house speaker boehner, are leaders now starting from scratch at this point in the game? we will talk to house budget committee member gwen moore. >>> and americans have some harsh words for our elected leaders. we will dig deep near the nbc news poll. and gonna find out which words folks used when they thought about the republican party and when they described democrats. quite interesting. we are up in three. something m? campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk ch
, the renaissance man, jeff the symbol -- jefferson, the symbol, you know, secessionists wanted a piece of him in the run-up to the civil war, frank lib roosevelt -- franklin roosevelt wanted him in the runup to world war ii. he can be used in any way you need partly because he was so articulate and so prolific. 20,000 or more letters, brilliantly written, wonderfully eloquent. so what can we make of him? this is, this ises the man, the human being we have, you know, and that's what i always want to get to. answering president kennedy's question, what was he like. in the service of trying to figure this out, i asked for and was granted permission to sleep in jefferson's bedroom one night on a pallet on the floor, i hasten to add. [laughter] and wanted to hear how the clock sounded. jefferson always said he woke when he could start to make out the hands of the clock. and the sun had not caught me in belled in more than 40 years. and i -- in bed in more than 40 years. as dean acheson once said, no one comes out second best in their memoir, whether that was actually true. [laughter] a brilliant p
what you do? >> yeah. on days like this, yeah, i do. >> thanks, jeff. hey, get my friend a beer as well. one of those fancy imported ones. >> sure. maybe like a granola bar to go with it. >> you know what it takes, steve? >> huh? >> do you have what it takes? >> oh, to be you? yeah. absolutely. >> huh? >> you just might. >> and i will drink to that. >> hey, there she is. ready to go? >> yeah. all right. hey, thanks for the beer, that was really sweet. >> i hope you guys have a great night. thanks, jessica. >> i am really looking forward to tomorrow. >> should be fun. >> yeah. >> rose: if he says this movie is about a modern day american identity, what do you say it is about? >> i always think of it as a kind of movie that i was used to seeing in the sixties where it is sort of a story about corporate shenanigans or corporate manipulation. >> rose: does it remind you of any of those movies? >> one is mirage, with gregory peck, i remember that one. >> rose: yeah. >> which the story occurred during the blackout of 65 or 64. which is a great movie. where the corporate heads are afraid that
for tonight. on wednesday, we'll have jeff's second story from athens, about how ordinary greeks are coping in tough times.on we'll see you online, and again here tomorrow evening. i'm gwen ifill. thank you, merry christmas, and good night. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financialor literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations.ra and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation forr public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org captioning sponsored by wpbt >> this is n.b.r. >> mike: from paint to pet food, hats to barbecue. as a nation, we make millions of products every year. but have you ever wondered just how those things are made and what drives those companies? tonight in this "n.b.r." special edition "made in a
to sexyliberal.com. >> stephanie: yea! >> my friend jeff says he will be your date to every ball. >> stephanie: he's so cute! okay. >> he's also barely out of his 20s. >> stephanie: whatever. i need elder care. okay. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: this is a cautionary tale from sexy liberal tour director roland. he tried fizz his white wine. it kind of explodes all over the kitchen. oh, stick to water. water goes in the soda stream. >> i don't think that's in the instructions. >> stephanie: oh dear, drunken experiments. >> wow it might be fun. i'll try it! >> flabbergasted. >> stephanie: that was not fun. wow. okay. so by the way i'm glad i'm not the only one that reacts to "meet the press." grover norquist. cnbc. grover said we need economic growth instead of higher taxes. reagan era taxation levels would promote growth which would pay down the debt. jim kramer got props. the clinton era rates which america will return to in january unless the fiscal cliff is resolved. it brought more revenues than a
and ultimately revealed to the public. these employees from jeff north have been off work more than two years and the time has come to put the situation behind us and put focus on quality products. the president back in detroit today with scheduled visit to the daimler detroit diesel plant in redford, michigan, a different one. martha: good old-fashioned investigative reporting on this one. caught on camera moments you have to see to believe. my favor when they chuck the bottle in the woods when done drinking with it. >> reporter: you really do. as attorney, understanding the arbitration process it is hard to understand how when you see what they did, they got their jobs back. take a look at this. this is the chrysler plant parking lot where workers are on break. they were videoed several day's by fox's own rob walchek, the detroit affiliate. as a result of what he found he brought it to chrysler's attention. 13 employees fired following chrysler's investigation. two suspended 30 days. all of them back at work. check this out. roll the tape. >> hey, guys, hate to be a buzz kill, shouldn't you
the company of loved ones. >> and then, congressman, just after he said that senator jeff sessions of alabama said this, and i shall quote, president obama today gave another speech about the fiscal cliff, no plan, nothing that can be scored or analyzed, just another speech. if president obama wishes to avoid the fiscal cliff then he with all of the power and influence he holds as the leader of this nation must submit to congress in legislative form a plan that he believes can pass both chambers of congress with bipartisan support. no more secret meetings and pointless press conferences. your reaction to both of those? >> yes, i do agree with senator sessions. you know, back room deals, they never work out well. i do commend speaker boehner for allowing the house to work its will and to work by regular order. we have sent all of the bills that the senate needs to address this. the first one went over on may 10th which was reconciliation. august 1st was our tax extenders. the third was on our sequester. and then you finished in september with a path for tax reform. they are all on harry reid's
and buildings there. and someone else is interested in architecture. jeff tweets in to say st. petersburg would be a great trip. i always wanted to see the gold room. gene, though, is more interested in culinary delights. he says food and wine, travel to brazil, yucatan, mexico, chile and france. if you want to join in on the conversation, e-mail us, worldwide@cnbc.com. tweet us, @cnbcwex. >> the food always tests better if you're eating it in a local original place. >> it also doesn't have calories if you do it that way. >> no, it doesn't count. sitting in tuscany enjoying an italian dish, that might be on my list. speaking of italian, we had an auction that was very successful earlier and it was the last auction that we saw for the year. they've sold a large amount of bills across the board. the ten-year italian paper now yielding 4.5%. so we've seen more buying into the italian ten-year paper right now. again, we're heading into a year where we have the general elections taking place in italy. some are saying if berlusconi's party gets more traction, we could be looking at yields heading nor
's get to the futures pits. jeff killberg of killer capital. you know, you spelled capital wrong in your name. i guess that was inadvertent. how should traders position themselves? i hear some of the people that are a little mover reactionary, they say capital gains rates could go up so much between now and the end of the year, many stocks could make advances because people will be selling. >> joe, although i'm very distraught at mantea's loss to the height man, i see seller's remorse. a lot of people are worried about that and rightfully so. but additional measures as well as we see some type of resolution out of washington, you could see a nice pick up here in the s&p and that could catch some shorts on the run. >> i wonder about that. with boehner was at any time we could hear that maybe a deal is close or a deal gets made. but, i mean, capital gains no matter what are going up, aren't they? >> that's inevitable, right. and you're seeing one things in the bits here behind me, which will be very loud here this afternoon, the treasury pit is an overcrowded trader now. that was opposite
's been a big year of musical chairs at jpmorgan, jeff staley was replaced at investment banking ceo in july and given a chairman title many onlookers looked at it as a swan song. in the six months, two financial services companies sought him out as a potential ceo, most recently legg mason, which has seen funds under management shrink by 40% since the last time staley was considered in 2008. talks have dissolved in the last month, a spokesperson says legg hopes to name a chief expeditiously. legg follows barclays which ousted its ceo following this summer's lie bore scandal. the board was set to see staley as one of its top candidates albeit an american and it went to antony jenkins. definitely a guy to watch who could be on the move, jes staley. >> back to bob pisani at post nine, maybe u.s. markets are not the story. >> a very strange global stock market i mentioned earlier we have new highs all over the world if you're a global investor you ought to be happy about this. let me show you here we've got new highs in germany, france, switzerland, hong kong, thailand, india is at a ne
. >> this is a question for jeff. social media is the platform for speech in general. isn't it true people hide behind their screens and say things online that it would not say face-to-face? does not change the way we speak to each other fundamentally? >> we talked about that. how do you see this evolving? >> as an artist, that is a sensitive question. i spent a lot of time discussing this with artists and musicians because criticism is painful. when you are sharing personal art. and that is -- that is one of the most painful things to write a personal song and read the youtube comments. but she is ugly. this is a big conversation right now between me and the artists. a used to be that you would just not read your reviews. that is pretty easy. now if you are engaging with their fans, your ability to go back and forth is directly polluted by people saying negative things that you come in can be very painful and i see. one thing about twitter is unlike youtube, it remains a generally positive place. those throwing out negativity look like assholes and it is easy to call those people out and say you're n
. because senator jeff sessions just put out, in i think october, the senate budget committee look at all the programs and what the average family beneficiary was on all the social welfare programs, it's around $50,000 a year. her family. think about that. -- per family. that's without taxes. that's greater than the family income in the united states. so we have now moved those, and this is not tonight anybody who really needs our help. but what we have now done is we have a safety net that a sequel -- that is equal to average per capita income in this country. and so what that does is it takes away any incentive to better yourself because you are equal with everybody else in terms of benefits. that's significant. very significant in terms of motivations, in terms of people bettering themselves, in terms of people reaching higher. that's a worrisome statistic host back shannon, portland, oregon, good afternoon. this is booktv on c-span2. >> caller: hello. i want to start off by saying you're a great men of integrity and it's a pleasure to talk to you. >> guest: thank you. >> caller: i'm a
with jeff henserling of texas. right now, let's bring in our coworkers, joe kernen and andrew ross sorkin. thank you. good to see you. >> good to see you, too. >> it wag something to see when we -- well, i'm not going to go into it. but we hugged it out. >> a big bro man. >> the only thing is, you weren't here, which made it bittersweet. >> we'll have her back tomorrow. >> we will. >> we'll see you tomorrow. we hope you had a good trip down on the amtrak. >> i did. >> hopefully you had the bison chili. >> no. there was no bison chili this time. it was steak or a shrimp pasta or -- >> really? >> yeah. >> i've had the shrimp pasta. >> i had the salad. >> i won't eat bison anywhere but on the amtrak. >> sound policy. >> we'll have more from becky and jim cramer will join her in d.c. for now, let's get up on the morning's top stories. the fed is hold ago two-day meeting in washington and a news conference by bernanke is set for tomorrow afternoon. operation twist expires at the end of this month. the central bank is expected to maintain its purchase of bonds with longer maturities. and we'll
they precipitate -- jeff immeld say it has gotten soft because of the uncertainty surrounding the cliff. >> you want to talk about bubble s? >> you mentioned the tech bubble in your previous comment. i was looking at numbers i find interesting. in 2000, cisco was selling at 100 times earning, had nobody recommending it and had no yield income and dividend dents at 6 1/2%. this morning, cisco less than 10 times earnings yields 3% and 10 year governments are 1.8% down from 6 1/2. 3% substantially over 10 year government bond rates. the government isn't an equity market, in my opinion a 10 year yield equity market. >> do you like cisco? >> we don't own it. we own qualcomm, we own sprint, googl google. >> you don't own apple? >> we did own apple. we did very well in it. we had a position through options but much smaller than it was. there are questions, issues. i'm not keen on their financial management, in terms of sitting on all that cash, earning zero. i think we should be more creative and innovative. a great company and great product. i have an iphone 5 and very pleased with it. i have an ipad
mentioned a lot. the physicist. are you allowed to dissent like the way jeff lacker dissents? who would have been your pick? >> well, i was part of the group. and, you know, there was dissent within the group. you referred to earlier, yeah, it is one of the best things and the most fun things that we do within the group. but ultimately, it is rick stengel, the managing editor, it is ultimately his pick and what happens in the small council room stays in the small council room. >> jim, thanks so much. great seeing. >> nice to be here. >> jim frederick from "time." >> a battle brewing between facebook's instagram and twitter, and it involves your photos. we've got the details later on. right after the break, steven schoenfeld is here to tell us where your message money is being put to work in 2013. customer erin swenson bought from us online today. so, i'm happy. sales go up... i'm happy. it went out today... i'm happy. what if she's not home? (together) she won't be happy. use ups! she can get a text alert, reroute... even reschedule her package. it's ups my choice. are you happy? i'm happy.
be the ceo. jeff speaker is known as probably the most innovative ceo in the exchange industry right now. i think duncan, you know, i think that the deutsche bourse deal, i think he wants to leave the nyse a better, bigger place with a -- it's his legacy. but i don't think he will be, if the deal comes, he'll be the ceo. >> okay. richard we're going to leave it there. we thank you. and we will await this news, and hope it comes soon. still to come, we've got steve forbes, the editor in chief and chairman of forbes media. he's going to give us his views on the fiscal cliff. he's in "squawk's" green room prepping for his appearance as we speak. and then, looking for a last-minute present? i know i am. how about one of these mcclarens? they start at about $225,000. i don't know if my credit card can handle that. the company's managing director joins us with a very big unveil. "squawk" is back in two minutes. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about low-cost investing. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're committed to offering you tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 low-cost investment options-- tdd#: 1-800-345
ones this time. jeff writes, ban the phrase greek bailout, just leave the euro and bring back the drachma. and tom writes, at the end of the day, the most overused phrase in the world today is "at the end of the
: gene says we need to register all guns. next call comes from jeff in texas. caller: i was just wondering, back when i was a teenager, young, dumb, and stupid. i did something stupid and got a felony charge and i'm 45 they are going still hold that against me. i bow hunt because i'm not allowed to own a gun. is there ever a statute of limitations of a felony convicted by a kid in order to purchase a gun? guest: this is a problem we hear quite a bit. people reform themselves and there is a system in place in most states and i'm pretty sure that texas has one too where the governor can grant a waiver to put you back into the pool of people that are able to obtain fire arms. but that is hard to do, it could be costly so it is difficult and this is one of the issues with the system. that being said, when the brady act was written in 1993 and when the gun control act was put in place, initially created a class of people that weren't allowed to own guns. they had to draw the line somewhere and people convicted of felony crimes, which are serious crimes, it made sense to put them in th
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